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Monday, July 15th, 2024

Today’s weather 15 June: 6 years old record broken in Delhi, condition worse than Nautapa in these states, how will the weather be in future, know weather updates


New Delhi: A fortnight of June has passed and the heat is still wreaking havoc. Many states of the country including Delhi are burning like fire at this time. Not only during the day, but now heatwaves are blowing even at night. Although there has been sporadic rainfall in some areas of Ghaziabad and Bihar, but that too is insufficient. People are getting peace neither at home nor at night. Monsoon has arrived but it will take time to spread completely. The maximum temperature is going up to 45 to 47 degrees. In the meantime, let us know the weather condition across the country.Heat wave prevails in Delhi even at night
Delhi is the worst affected by this terrible heat. The heat here is not taking the name of decreasing. For the first time in the season, people have to face heat wave at night after the day. This time the minimum temperature has reached 33 degrees. Although there was a storm and drizzle at some places in the late afternoon, despite this the period of heat wave and hot winds continued. The Meteorological Department has issued an orange alert for heat and heat wave till June 18. The matter of relief is that there is a possibility of storm with drizzle on June 20. Due to which the temperature may decrease by up to two degrees.

Delhi’s climate

According to the Meteorological Department, the maximum temperature of the capital (Safdarjung) on ​​Friday was 44 degrees. This is four degrees more than normal. The minimum temperature was 33.3 degrees which is five degrees more than normal. The highest minimum temperature was recorded in Pitampura which reached 35.7 degrees, eight degrees more than normal. The minimum temperature in Pusa was also 35.0 degrees, seven degrees more than normal. Apart from this, the minimum temperature in Pragati Maidan was 34 degrees and in Mayur Vihar it was 33.2 degrees. Pitampura was the hottest during the day as well. The maximum temperature here was 45.9 degrees. The maximum temperature in Pusa was 45.6 degrees. Apart from this, the maximum temperature in Jafarpur was 45.8 degrees, in Najafgarh it was 45.1 degrees, in Faridabad it was 45.8 degrees and in Noida it was 45.6 degrees. There was drizzle in the Ridge while one mm of rain fell in Noida.

Even the hilly areas are not untouched

Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand are considered cold places. Many people choose these areas to beat the heat, but this heat has engulfed these two states as well. Heatwave is also going on in Uttarakhand and Himachal Pradesh during the day. According to the Meteorological Department, the increase in temperature along with heatwave can trouble people for the next two to three days. There is no possibility of rain or light drizzle during this period.

Look at the condition of other states

Look at the condition of other states

Know the condition of Punjab and Haryana
Talking about Punjab and Haryana, severe heat wave is being seen here too. Orange and yellow heat wave alerts have been issued here till June 18. The mercury is touching 45 degrees in Patiala and Amritsar of Punjab. According to the Meteorological Department, rain is expected in Haryana and Punjab from June 20. There will be no relief from the heat before that.

The situation of Rajasthan and UP is also not good
Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh are also not untouched by this intense heat. There is a yellow alert of heatwave here till June 20. The same situation is in the eastern and western areas of UP and Rajasthan. Heat wave has troubled people during the day, while hot winds are increasing the temperature at night. Talking about Bihar, moderate rain is expected for one to three hours in Purnia, Katihar, Araria, Kishanganj areas. According to the Meteorological Department, the temperature in many areas including Gaya, Bihar, Nawada, Saran, Darbhanga remains above 40.

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